You’ve probably heard of NaNoWriMo, but now it’s time for NaNoEdMo! National Novel Editing Month is a free, online event for all writers to make a major push on rewriting & editing their projects, learn how to edit faster & smarter, and enjoy the benefits of a month of community, goals and rewards like NaNoWriMo. Sign up
People’s Ink writer Taylor Zajonc is having a book launch party and you’re invited! Join him for the launch of his upcoming novel RED SUN ROGUE at Broadway Books of Portland! Food, drinks, book signings and friends. If you haven’t already purchased a copy, you can support the fantastic folks at indie Broadway Books by
From October 12th to January 12th, Tor.com will be considering novellas of 20,000-40,000 words that fit the epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, high fantasy, or quest fantasy genres, whether set on Earth or on an original fantasy world. However, they will only be considering novellas that inhabit worlds that are not modeled on European cultures.
People’s Ink writer Amber Cook has a story called “Suspended Animation” in the Northwest Independent Writers Association’s 2016 anthology ARTIFACT that was released at ORYCON 38 in November. What do you do if you’re the glorified cruise director on an interstellar journey, and the only one the ship’s AI wakes up when it’s boarded by unknown aliens—and
NATIONAL NOVEL EDITING MONTH is coming in March! This is a free, online event for all writers to make a major push on rewriting & editing their projects, learn how to edit faster & smarter, and enjoy the benefits of a month of community, goals, and rewards, just like NaNoWriMo. Sign up at www.nanoedmo.com, or
People’s Ink writer Kristin Bork has been published! Kristin’s work is appearing in the recently released War Stories 2016, an anthology of works that explore the effects of war on veterans, their loved ones, and civilians. Further information about the anthology can be found here. Congratulations, Kristin!
The Golden Key, a bi-annual journal of speculative and literary writing, is seeking submissions for its 7th issue. The theme of the issue is “Resurrected Things”; full submission guidelines can be found here. For those who might be visually inclined, The Golden Key is also seeking an illustrator for Issue 7. Interested parties can query